These Easter desserts are so fun and festive, they’re celebration-worthy and Easter Bunny-approved.
You’ll probably be super busy preparing the main course for your Easter celebration, but don’t forget about the dessert! The party is not complete without it.
If you’re pressed for time but still want to whip up a great-tasting dessert, this list is all you’ll need.
These confections are not only insanely delicious but are also a snap to make. Some of these recipes don’t even require baking at all!
From cheesecake to creme eggs to carrot cake, these Easter desserts will make the kids and adults hopping for joy.
Is there anything more Easter-worthy than a smooth and creamy cheesecake in an egg?
Not only is this dessert oozing with charm, but it’s also delicious as well.
It’s a chocolate Easter egg half with a crumbled biscuit crust, velvety cheesecake filling, and it has colorful melted chocolate drizzled on top.
It’s so good, I died, went to cheesecake heaven, and came back again.
Why buy Cadbury Creme Eggs when you can make them yourself?
These copycat eggs may not be as smooth on the outside as the original, but they taste just as amazing, and are more affordable, too!
All you’ll need are pantry staples that are most likely already on hand – corn syrup, butter, sugar, chocolate melts, and food coloring.
Make this for Easter, and your kids will think you’re the coolest mom or dad on earth.
These egg-shaped Oreo truffles are seriously to die for.
First of all, just look how cute they are! Those pastel-colored melted chocolate make these munchies so adorable.
More importantly, they taste amazing. You really can’t go wrong with crushed Oreos and cream cheese. I’d gladly eat that combo with a spoon!
Rolled in balls and dipped in melted chocolate, they transform into an even more sensational sweet.
Peeps are one of the most common candies on Easter. You’ll probably have a ton of them lying around, so why not use them to make the perfect dessert?
Peeps Krispie treats are sweet, crisp, crunchy, and just beautiful to look at. They’re so easy to make, to boot!
All you’ll need are Rice Krispies and different-colored Peeps.
From the name alone, you can tell how delicious this dessert is.
These bars are fudgy, chocolatey, and full of fun textures from mini-Easter candy eggs, marshmallows, and roasted peanuts!
Best of all, there’s no baking required. You literally just combine the ingredients and let the mixture set.
This Easter trifle could not be any cuter. It’s the ultimate head-turner!
The layers are very simple – multi-colored cakes, pudding, whipped topping, colorful candies, and Bunny Peeps.
When assembled, you’ll get the most adorable layer cake that’s almost too beautiful to eat.
It’s not just about the looks, though! With complementing flavors and contrasting textures, it’s truly a show-stopping dessert.
Two ingredients are all you’ll need to make a dangerously addictive Easter treat.
Stuff your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough batter with a piece or two of Peeps and bake as instructed.
It’s so easy, yet the resulting cookies are so good. They’re soft and chewy with an ooey-gooey surprise center!
8. Easter Bread
This Italian bread is made of a wreath-shaped brioche with a colored Easter egg in the middle.
Speckled with pastel-colored sprinkles, this bread is the ultimate festive Easter treat!
Unlike most recipes on this list, this one takes a bit of work. But it’s such a thing of beauty, you’ll want to try it, anyway. It’s worth the effort for sure!
This no-bake cheesecake isn’t only delicious, but looks ridiculously adorable, too.
There’s nothing like a creamy and velvety cheesecake for dessert.
But with this recipe, you’ll dress up the classic cheesecake to make it Easter-ready. All you’ll need are sweet Robin Eggs.
The cheesecake recipe is basically the same as any, except you fold in Robin Eggs to the cheesecake filling.
Decorate with more Robin Eggs on top and voila, dessert is ready.
This dessert is a unique approach to transforming leftover Peeps into a pretty and tasty Easter treat.
Peeps popcorn balls are plain popcorn coated with melted Peeps and formed into bite-sized balls. These guys are wonderfully sweet, pink, and fantastic!
Pro-tip: if you find these munchies to be super sweet, just sprinkle some salt over them to balance out the flavor.
This next dessert is a southern staple that’s perfect not just for Easter, but any time of the year as well.
With this dessert, you’ll get layers of bananas, custard, Nilla Wafers, and a golden meringue topping.
Each layer is already good on its own, so just imagine what they’d be like together!
It may seem like a lot, all you really need to worry about is the custard, and it’s very easy to make.
Once that’s done, all that’s left is to layer the cake, and bake!
If you’re having a bunch of kids over for Easter, this recipe is a must-try.
Aside from being super yummy, but decorating them also makes for a fun, kid-friendly activity!
The sugar cookies are wonderfully crisp and buttery, and yes, they’re shaped like a bunny!
They’re frosted with a simple glaze, too, and topped with sprinkles and melted chocolate to create adorable bunny faces.
Make those cute marshmallow Peeps even cuter! All you’ll need is melted chocolate.
This recipe is a super quick and easy way to make the popular Easter candy even more beloved.
Coating the marshmallows with chocolate adds extra depth and flavor, making them even more addictive!
14. Creme Egg Trifle
Transform your leftover Creme Eggs into a stunning, decadent trifle!
This trifle is a layered dessert that features brownies, chocolate custard, vanilla cheesecake with Creme Eggs, whipped cream, and even more Creme Eggs on top.
Talk about flavor!!! This trifle is like a hundred desserts in one, but together, the layers create a beautiful harmony of flavors.
15. Robin Egg Fudge
This 3-ingredient recipe makes a ridiculously sweet and chocolatey fudge.
Use up your kids’ leftover chocolate and make them an even more delectable dessert.
All you’ll need are milk chocolate, sweetened condensed milk, and slightly crushed Robin Eggs. It’s so good, your kids will love you even more!
16. Peeps Milkshake
This dessert switches up the classic milkshake to make a lip-smacking, Easter-worthy refreshment.
A Peeps milkshake is thick, creamy, and outrageously delicious.
With a bit of food coloring, you can transform your drink into whatever hue you please!
Rim the glass with colored sugar sprinkles and top the drink with marshmallow Peeps for that extra Easter charm.
What’s even cuter than Easter eggs? Easter chicks! These Nutter Butter treats are creamy, chocolatey, and truly delightful.
They’re also fun to make! Since you’ll use Nutter Butters as the cookie base, there is absolutely no baking necessary.
To create the chic chick design, all you’ll need are candy melts, edible eyes, and orange M&Ms.
It’s so fun and easy, you can have the kids join in!
18. Bunny Cupcakes
These bunny cupcakes are not only adorable, but insanely delicious, too!
The cupcakes are made from the ever-reliable white cake mix box and frosted with cream cheese icing.
The cakes are moist and fluffy, and the frosting is sweet with a hint of tangy. It’s a perfect combination.
Dressed with marshmallow bunny ears, these cupcakes are the perfect way to end your Easter lunch or dinner.
This chocolate bark is gorgeous, scrumptious, and insanely easy to make.
To say that this dessert is festive is an understatement.
It’s a simple chocolate bark recipe, but you’ll use blue, yellow, pink, and purple candy melts to make the most colorful treat!
These almond shortbread cookies are ridiculously soft and buttery. Oh, and they have such beautiful pastel colors, to boot!
The key to those gorgeous colors? Nope, not food coloring! There’s nothing artificial about these cookies at all.
Different-colored dried fruits to add that lovely pastel hue.
All you’ll need is to blend powdered sugar with ground freeze-dried mangoes, blueberries, and mangoes. Smart, huh?
These lemon chick cookies are so pretty and tasty, you won’t believe they only require three ingredients.
All you’ll need to make the soft and chewy cookies is the trusty lemon cake mix!
Use mini-chocolate chips for the eyes, orange Tic-Tacs for the noses, and yellow and white frosting for the feathers.
Get the kids to join you while decorating for a fun Easter activity!
If you’re looking for a classic dessert to conclude your Easter celebration, you can’t go wrong with cheesecake.
This is an easy 3-step recipe that yields the creamiest, most decadent cheesecake with a crisp and buttery crust.
Just because it’s simple doesn’t mean it can’t be good! Trust me, this cheesecake will knock your socks off.
23. Carrot Cake
Carrot cake is arguably the Easter Bunny’s favorite dessert, so it’s definitely a must-have on your Easter celebration!
This carrot cake is ultra-moist and flavorful!
Infused with warming spices, loaded with pecans, and topped with a decadent cream cheese frosting, this carrot cake is simply the best.
These birds’ nest cookies are so unique and full of flavor. They’re a spectacular Easter treat.
I mean, how awesome does this dessert look? Using low mein noodles to create birds’ nests is such a brilliant idea!
Coated in chocolate and butterscotch, the savory noodles transform into sweet crunchy munchies.
Then it’s just a matter of adding colorful candy eggs to the center of the nests and dessert is ready. No cooking required!
This simplified version of strawberry shortcake uses the handy-dandy Bisquick mix. That can only mean one thing: this dessert is extremely easy.
Two biscuits with whipped cream and fresh strawberries in between: it’s a simple idea, but the result is spot on.
It’s creamy, refreshing, and downright delicious!
26. Lemon Cupcakes
These lemon cupcakes are bright, lemony, and simply amazing.
The cupcakes are insanely soft, moist, and bursting with zesty goodness.
They’re topped with a simple vanilla frosting, which complements the lemony cakes really well.
27. Sheep Cupcakes
These charming ship cupcakes have a moist chocolate base, marshmallow fur, and a fondant-based face.
I can’t get over how adorable these cupcakes are! You’ll want to take at least a dozen pictures before digging in.
Apart from the charm, the marshmallow fur and fondant face also add a unique flavor and texture to the already delicious cupcakes.
They may look complicated to make, but they’re actually easy!
With a simple chocolate sponge cake base and buttercream frosting, this dessert takes very little time and effort to make.
This lemon and sour cream is unbelievably moist and tasty!
These two power-ingredients are key to making this cake insanely moist.
The flavor is also quite like no other. The cake is already wonderfully sweet and lemony, but the lemon glaze even takes it up a notch.
Brownies are already addictive, as is, what more if you add Mini-Egg pieces into the picture?
These brownies are outrageously rich and fudgy and made even more delightful with a drizzle of white chocolate and colorful Mini-Eggs.
Apart from adding color, the candies also give the brownies a nice crunchy contrast!
These shortbread cookies are not only super crisp and buttery. They’re also sooo pretty!
How gorgeous is that pastel blue icing? Those colorful sprinkles add such an allure, too.
Best of all, it’s a cinch to make. The shortbread dough comes together in one bowl, and the icing only calls for 3 ingredients!
As for decorating, it’s also so easy, you can let the kids take care of it.
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